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  1. #1
    Registered User BAJA WILL's Avatar
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    Feb 2001
    Tampa, Indian Shores Beach

    BMW Mech Help, nonboating

    Need to know how to get into the passanger side seat, the lever that releases the seat to allow passangers intrance to back seat does not work, it has come undone internally and I want to fix it, but can't figure out how to take apart the seat.??



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    remove the seatback panel-(the screws are at the bottom of the panel-slide the panel down-then out)-either the cable came loose or the end came off the cable housing-john

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    Registered timucin's Avatar
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    May 2002
    i also need help!
    how do you lower a e38 1998 bmw 750ia?
    they told me that rear is adjustable but front?
    does anybody have any link to a performance parts store where i can buy lowered springs?(if needed)

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